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    You are correct. It came with a carbide igniter,...

    You are correct. It came with a carbide igniter, and is most likely what he has installed.

    I just know there is an igniter upgrade kit for this furnace to a silicon nitride igniter.
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    I would be looking more at the SmartValve itself,...

    I would be looking more at the SmartValve itself, than the igniter/flame rod assembly.

    I think you have the SV9501 series valve. The instructions and troubleshooting guide for this valve are all...
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    One other thing; which igniter does it have? ...

    One other thing; which igniter does it have?

    The replacement igniter for this unit is a Silicon Nitride Igniter, and should read about 45 -70 ohms @ room temp.
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    Did you do the component test to see if the HSI...

    Did you do the component test to see if the HSI glowed?

    If you do the component test and have 120v at the ignitor pins on the control board, you need to check for continuity in the harness going...
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    Check your email.

    Check your email.
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    I’m pretty sure the model number you posted isn’t...

    I’m pretty sure the model number you posted isn’t correct.

    The “A” should be an “R” (TUD120R954K0****)

    This particular model number has an ignitor part # IGN00104.

    Then again, if it is a...
  7. Thread: Cfm's

    by rundawg
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    Not knowing where the filter is on this unit, you...

    Not knowing where the filter is on this unit, you can’t determine accurate TESP unless the supply side probe is inserted between the furnace and the coil, and the return probe is inserted between the...
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    Some of the ignition control board on the AMH...

    Some of the ignition control board on the AMH units would display an 8 flash code for which there wasn’t a description.

    The 8 flash code indicated an igniter relay fault or a shorted HSI, but...
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    At 60ºf supply air temp, it sounds like the heat...

    At 60ºf supply air temp, it sounds like the heat strips aren’t working, and you are just recycling room temp air.

    Do you know if they were producing heat before the HVAC parent moved them?

    Did...
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    None. Your XB13 (2TTA3060A3000AA) are air...

    None.

    Your XB13 (2TTA3060A3000AA) are air conditioning condensers, not heat pumps. So they will do you no good in trying to heat the place.

    You will want them hooked up come summer though.
    ...
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    Well I stand corrected. I now think that is a...

    Well I stand corrected. I now think that is a correct model number you posted, and that baby is OLD!!!!!!

    It has to be a late 1960's or early 1970's unit.

    Do you have the serial number?

    Look...
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    I don't think that model number is correct. ...

    I don't think that model number is correct.

    Before you go any further, I would be 100% sure the HX is in good shape, as you now are liable for it performing safely, as you are the last tech to...
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    The middle letter of the Honeywell gas valve...

    The middle letter of the Honeywell gas valve nomenclature tells you what type of valve it is.

    A or M - standard opening

    C or P - step opening

    H or K - slow opening
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    While you wait, go to the top of the forum page...

    While you wait, go to the top of the forum page under “Settings”, and add as much info into “ My Profile” about yourself as you can.

    Be sure to include an email address too. Do you hear my foot...
  15. I'm going with the 50YQ model also if this is an...

    I'm going with the 50YQ model also if this is an 1982 model year.

    The 50YQ series started in 1978, and the 50QQ series started in 1985.

    See attachment for photos.
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    All the control boards for this model should...

    All the control boards for this model should enable defrost when the OAT is < 52ºf, and the coil temp is < 35ºf.

    The defrost initiate value is not a constant, but instead, a value that the defrost...
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    Yes, on that particular webpage, they are output.

    Yes, on that particular webpage, they are output.
  18. It might be in your "Account" information, but it...

    It might be in your "Account" information, but it is not in your "Profile" that others can see.

    Glad you got the manual.
  19. All PRO members should have an email address in...

    All PRO members should have an email address in their profile. I do not post manuals in this "OPEN" forum.

    You can also send me an email (address is in my profile), and I will get it off to you.
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    I was a Brown Shoe.

    I was a Brown Shoe.
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    Get your post count up to 15 and apply for "PRO"...

    Get your post count up to 15 and apply for "PRO" membership.

    Once in the "LOCKED" Pro forums, you will have access to the brightest minds in the business.
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    Welcome to the world of HVAC. Yes, it can go...

    Welcome to the world of HVAC.

    Yes, it can go from heat to cool, but there is an “Auto Changeover Delay” that is built into the system, and it is selected in the advanced set up.

    You are...
  23. Go to the “GO Advanced” tab when you reply to a...

    Go to the “GO Advanced” tab when you reply to a thread; then select “Manage Attachments”; then “Add Files”. From there you should be able to figure it out.
  24. Thread: Co alarm

    by rundawg
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    Store bought, UL-2034 listed CO detectors must...

    Store bought, UL-2034 listed CO detectors must comply with UL standards which were written largely by manufacturers to allow them to sell cheap, mass produced detectors that would not cause false, or...
  25. Unfortunately, the number you provided doesn’t...

    Unfortunately, the number you provided doesn’t help in identifying your heat pump. Carrier was producing the 38SQ series back about that time frame though.

    Even if you had the model number, we...
  26. Thread: Co alarm

    by rundawg
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    That would depend on if it is a CO Detector, or a...

    That would depend on if it is a CO Detector, or a CO Monitor.

    A UL listed CO Detector will not alarm until the CO is very high, usually 70 PPM or higher. These you need to exit the building...
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    Not with a SmartValve igniter. The resistance...

    Not with a SmartValve igniter. The resistance should be 10 ohms or less.

    It is usually between 3 and 4 ohms.
  28. Thread: Carrier 58MVB

    by rundawg
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    I would need the entire model number. You...

    I would need the entire model number.

    You will also need to add an email address to your profile, or send me an email (address is in my profile).

    In the future, please ask for this type of...
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    16 = 1600 cfm (4 ton blower) 115 = 115,000...

    16 = 1600 cfm (4 ton blower)

    115 = 115,000 btuh

    I emailed you the nomenclature.
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    What is the model number of this furnace?

    What is the model number of this furnace?
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    These numbers are from the technical specs manual...

    These numbers are from the technical specs manual on this 10 seer heat pump when matched with a F2RP air handler moving 600 CFM, and 70ºf return air temp.

    OAT 57ºf, 18,200 btuh, 28.1º ∆T

    OAT...
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    Through the roof venting is also an option with...

    Through the roof venting is also an option with power vented WH's, although they cannot be vented together with any other appliance (furnace ect.), or into a chimney.

    If a natural draft WH is your...
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    I personally think you are over looking one very...

    I personally think you are over looking one very important piece of information in your selection of a new water heater (WH), and that is safety.

    Atmospheric vented, or natural draft WH’s, can be...
  34. I just want to make sure you understand the...

    I just want to make sure you understand the Defrost Thermostat (DFT) is a switch that opens and closes based on temperature.

    24v (R) sits on one side of the switch all the time, once the DFT...
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    That would depend on your technical ability and...

    That would depend on your technical ability and tool collection, neither of which can we properly assess over the internet.

    The trouble with too many DIY repairs on HVAC systems is, parts are...
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    Resting the system isn't a cure, but a Band-Aid...

    Resting the system isn't a cure, but a Band-Aid fix to the real problem.

    Without knowing the model number, I can only say, the “eleven flash code” on the York furnaces I’m familiar with has to do...
  38. Yes, but it probably isn't the quietest unit on...

    Yes, but it probably isn't the quietest unit on the market. I think it comes in at @ 81db.
  39. That is because you have the model number wrong....

    That is because you have the model number wrong. Should be a GPH13*******
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    The site rules preclude us from posting technical...

    The site rules preclude us from posting technical info or manuals.

    This LP conversion on a 20+ year old system should also include a heat exchanger inspection first, and a combustion analysis once...
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    Send me an email, address is in my profile, and I...

    Send me an email, address is in my profile, and I will get some info off to you.

    As a Pro member, you should keep an email address in your profile, so we can avoid this step in the future.
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    This model has one 2.3 ton, and one 1.2 ton...

    This model has one 2.3 ton, and one 1.2 ton compressor. Only one compressor operates at a time.
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    You have enough post, so please apply for PRO...

    You have enough post, so please apply for PRO membership. We do not post technical info in this "OPEN" forum.

    Make sure your email address in your profile is up to date too.
  44. I emailed you a couple Honeywell manual. See if...

    I emailed you a couple Honeywell manual. See if either of those is what you are looking for.
  45. Thread: Lennox ac

    by rundawg
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    There are several listed in the product specs,...

    There are several listed in the product specs, but the most popular match is the CX34-25.
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    Check your email.

    Check your email.
  47. Thread: tam5

    by rundawg
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    If that email address in your profile is correct,...

    If that email address in your profile is correct, you should be able to find one in your inbox.
  48. Thread: tam5

    by rundawg
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    On a GAM5, 10 red flashes on the fault LED is low...

    On a GAM5, 10 red flashes on the fault LED is low superheat.
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    There isn’t an HVAC junk yard for parts. You...

    There isn’t an HVAC junk yard for parts.

    You say it is fully functional, but are you 100% sure the fan blade is slightly bent, or the airflow across the coil isn’t compromised, or the coil hasn’t...
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    Great catch Kevin. I guess my dyslexia kicked...

    Great catch Kevin.

    I guess my dyslexia kicked in and I read that 24 as a 42.

    So, with that said, the pistons should be:

    Indoor - .57

    Outdoor - .49
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